Try again later or enter an IP adress > in > the Network settings." How can i solve this problem please. > -- > JVL Chris De Herrera, May 4, Robert janik 2006-09-11 14:48:25 I'm not sure if this is the same case as what happened to me.My connection ppc - pc was working and ActiveSync was syncing. Stay logged in Welcome to Windows Vista Tips Welcome to Windows Vista Tips, your resource for help for any tech support and computing help with Windows Vista.. Some ppc's have multiple nics, e.g. > the usb for activesync, wifi, bluetooth etc. > > If one freezes the IP of the subnet, as you describe, then what happens > this contact form
Paul T. "Dan" <> wrote in message news... > Since you have the same hardware, one last question, if you know. > > The wifi radio is a bit insensitive. DHCP is usually safe, as most access points can act as DHCP servers. Note: The Pocket PC and Windows CE does not provide some of the common tools for configuring and diagnosing network problems such as arp, finger, hosts, traceroute, etc. It neither > >> enables nor prevents Internet access. official site
If Use server assigned IP address is selected, > >> >> change to selecting Use specific IP address and set the address fields > >> >> to: > >> >> > Tobey [eMVP]" wrote: > >> You lost me. The Connection Manager is available at Start - Settings - Connections - Connections (and Advanced on Windows Mobile 2003). If you have more than one partnership and you wish to sync
However when looking in the Network adaptors menu under "wlan", this seems to be the interface that it is using, not the SDIO thingie. Network Troubleshooting FAQ By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2002-2003 Version 1.04 Revised 10/7/2003 Introduction So you've decided to connect your Handheld PC or Pocket PC to your network via Ethernet or Posted by Justin Miller on 5 Mar 2013 8:15 PM 6.1 Classic You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. When I tried to open PIE while in the crable I cannot open any websites.
Tobey [eMVP]" wrote: > >> I know little about the hardware design, but I'd be surprised if a WiFi >> antenna connection was there. If ActiveSync routing is being sone via some kind of proxy (the AKU thing, whatever that is?), then why does the wlan interface matter? It's not a software problem. > > No, I'd be pretty surprised, again, if WiFi and the phone shared an antenna. > Antenna design is a black art, but the size ActiveSync stopped working.
Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Tobey [eMVP]" wrote: > > > >> You lost me. I went through the firewall routine and sorted that out, it's been working fine for 4 months and now nothing. You need to rename the other PC to resolve this issue if there is a duplicate name.
Posts 36 I've see this on mine as well sometimes...a soft reset fixes it for me. If Use server assigned IP address is selected, > change to selecting Use specific IP address and set the address fields to: > > 169.254.2.1 > 255.255.255.0 > blank > > Tobey [eMVP]" wrote: >> > >> >> You lost me. Doug 2006-09-10 01:40:04 I do not have any VPN software running, The TCP protocol is still checked in the windows mobile network interface.
Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote 12-04-200611:51 AM #17 stewart05 Registered User Join Date 10-11-2006 Posts 48 I am getting this same error when I weblink Advanced Search Forum Smartphone Discussion Windows Phone Smartphones Samsung i730 / i830 / i830w "Unable to obtain a server-assigned IP address" + Reply to Thread Page 1 of 2 1 2 Register Help Save? The solution you provided below completely fixed the problem!
In "Settings" "Network Cards" " "Remote-NDIS Host" "IP Address" tab, CHECK "Use specific IP address" and set it to 169.254.2.1, then set the subnet mask to 255.255.255.0 Leave the default gateway It neither > > >> enables nor prevents Internet access. For specificity, I recently got an MDA aka HTC Wizard. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-obtain/cannot-obtain-an-ip-address-for-remote-peer-asa.html It seems > that random notes on this error message, and the 169.xxx fix are posted > all > over the net, but without explanation.
This does the same thing as the USBSwitch program mentioned earlier. if it does see what happens when you disable it. The time now is 08:15 PM.
Anyway, after a soft reset, the orginal values return, AutoCfg: 0 in particular Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote 09-04-200611:25 AM #11 tcolling Registered User Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I have disabled all firewall and virus protection.Any ideas. Remote NDIS Host *must* be statically-assigned.
I waited more than 30 minutes and still no error. I'd appreciate any advice on how to stop the error message appearing Neil Neil 2007-03-30 01:09:36 It's ok, I've now found a solution on a forum.The soultion is to go If you want to use the internet and sync, you need to manually enter the correct DNS entries as well. his comment is here My confusion is that I don't know what interface I am assigning the static IP to.
The SCU version is 2.01.12 Boost version code is K139k You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. Neil 2007-03-30 01:09:32 I have a Windows XP professional laptop and an O2 XDA Exec running WM5Whenever I attach the PDA to my laptop using the USB cable, I get If Use server assigned IP address is selected, > change to selecting Use specific IP address and set the address fields to: > > 169.254.2.1 > 255.255.255.0 > blank > > The ActiveSync program running on >> the >> connected PC is responsible for forwarding the network traffic to Web >> servers, etc.
Try again later or enter an >> >> >> > IP >> >> >> > adress >> >> >> > in >> >> >> > the Network settings." How can i If Use server assigned IP address is selected, > >> >> change to selecting Use specific IP address and set the address fields > >> >> to: > >> >> > One poster suggested that the ppc was trying to act as a DHCP server when this flag was on (seems unlikely, right?). You can use Pocket Hosts to configure a host file on your Pocket PC to work around this issue.
best, dan "Dan" wrote: > Thanks *very* much for the swift response. You must use the Work option in Connection Manager to use a proxy. If Use server assigned IP address is selected, > change to selecting Use specific IP address and set the address fields to: > > 169.254.2.1 > 255.255.255.0 > blank > > If fact, when I connect the Axim to my network with WiFi it has no trouble acquiring an IP address.
Pocket Hosts allows you to create a host entry on your Pocket PC so it will know what the IP address of your desktop is and just use the IP address Basically, instead of AS installing your device as a network work adapter (RNDIS) and setting up a TCP/IP connection, it installs it as a USB device thus bypassing the need for Is this error message just popping up? If the device, > open the Control Panel | Connections | Network Cards applet and tap on the > Remote-NDIS Host item.
However my router is dishing out addresses to 2 other comptuers on my network just fine. If I tap the x it goes away BUT ideally it should not pop up at all.